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Dr Sean BARON LEVI is a member of the New South Wales and New York bars. He acts in international and commercial matters.
Prior to being called to the bar he practiced in the international arbitration and public international law group of New York-based law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf. He acted for and advised Sovereign States and corporations in matters involving the law of armed conflict and use of force, state and diplomatic immunities, maritime and territorial boundaries, international trade, bilateral investment treaties, oil and gas disputes, extradition, human rights and international criminal law.
Dr Baron Levi has provided advices to prime ministers, foreign ministers, attorneys general and justice ministers in relation to matters including the creation of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, the United Nations International Independent Investigation Commission (to investigate the assassination of Rafic Hariri), the bombing of a Lebanese port, the murder of a senior diplomat of a Persian Gulf State while on mission abroad, the state and sovereign immunities of parties to the principal litigation arising out of the bombing of the World Trade Centre, the extradition of a senior political figure in relation to terrorism and coup d’état, obligations under bilateral trade and investment treaties and human rights.
A winner of the Chevening Scholarship from the British Foreign Office, Dr Baron Levi received an LLM and PhD in public international law from the University of Edinburgh School of Law where he was a tutor and sessional lecturer in public international and criminal law.